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1 SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY 204 PDE Specification: Online This is a three-credit course and requires the equivalent of 42 hours of classroom learning. A traditional course is equivalent to three class hours per week. Attendance online should be the approximately the equivalent of the traditional course time, 3 hours per week. Work on readings, chapter assignments and other individual assignments therefore require approximately 6 hours per week for the typical student. ONLINE COURSE This is an online course only. Please note this course is conducted through the Web Study interface. I do not use Campus Cruiser. Log in to Web Study at YOU MUST HAVE ACCESS TO A COMPUTER AND THE INTERNET on a regular basis to take this course. UNIVERSITY PREREQUISITES You should have taken either PSY 105 or SOC 105 before enrolling in this course. Students cannot receive credit for both PSY 204 and SOC 204. SUGGESTED PREREQUISITES FOR SUCCESS You should have a basic knowledge of how to write a research based paper, including appropriate use of citations and references. You should know the difference between writing based on research, opinion or faith in your approach to this course. INSTRUCTOR Steven Tel Office Fax or through web study interface (preferred) Skype: dvolsysop Web Site: CONTACTING ME I am best reached by as I travel weekly between Philadelphia, New York City and Toronto. I check in to Web Study daily and usually in the morning and late evening. While I prefer to keep correspondence in the Web Study interface, if the matter is more pressing, send to for a quicker response. If you call me you will most likely get voic (listing many organizations), just leave a message! I will return calls in hours or less. If leaving a message, YOU MUST state that you are in my social psychology class, leave your full name, phone number and best time to reach you in order to get a call back. COURSE DESCRIPTION This course focuses on human behavior in a social setting, emphasizing types of research that may be used to study social behavior. Topics include attitude formation and change; aggression and its opposite, helping behavior; factors that influence compatibility with other people; and group processes, conformity to a group, and leadership.

2 REQUIRED TEXT While I realize the cost of texts can be expensive, the book listed below is very necessary in order to complete this course. It is also available in ereader formats at a lower cost than the text. Baron, R.A., Branscombe, N.R,, & Byrne, D. (2008). Social Psychology (13th ed.). Boston, MA: Allyn and Bacon. ISBN: or ISBN 13: OPTIONAL SUPPLIMENTAL READING ON LINE Social Psychology Network is the largest social psychology database on the Internet. In these pages, you'll find more than 5,000 links to psychology-related resources. We will be using quite a number of these resources during the course of our work. INCOMPLETES Incompletes for this course will not be accepted, except for medical reasons with a note from a physician. All work for the semester must be completed in a timely manner and before the end date for the course as noted in the timeline and syllabus. COURSE GOALS This course is a comprehensive study of Social Psychology. It will provide students with a general background in (1) the techniques used by social psychologists to study human social behavior; (2) the psychological principles that allow us to describe, predict and explain human social behavior relative to a variety of contexts; and (3) the application of research in social psychology in the development of solutions to real world problems. Upon completion of this course, each student should have acquired the following skills: 1. Be able to critically observe social interactions, evaluate the interaction in an unbiased way, develop a hypothesis or explanation for what you have observed. 2. Develop the skills to design and experimentally test the explanations for social behavior that you will construct in this class as well as in your outside observations. 3. Learn to critically evaluate a stated position based upon the validity of the data used to support that position. 4. Be able to express the results of the first three goals in a written format.

3 5. Develop an appreciation of how theories in social psychology can be applied in both your own career aspirations as well as in the evaluation and development of real solutions to real world issues. COURSE EVALUATION 1. Plagiarism will not be tolerated under any circumstance! All written work must have proper citations, either APA or MLA format, as well as a list of references. Any papers or written work required is submitted to an independent service to check for plagiarism before I even read/review them. Anyone caught plagiarizing will receive an immediate F for the course. Not sure about your work? Ask before submitting. I am more than happy to assist or review a draft. Also, you may consult the Widener Writing Center for additional assistance. A complete plagiarism statement and will be ed to each student individually by me at the start of the course. 2. must be completed in a timely manner! While distance/on line learning gives you the luxury of working at your own pace and your own timing/schedule, assignments are expected to be completed in a timely manner as outlined in this syllabus as well as the course timeline tab in Web Study. Failure to do so or to make a special arrangement with me in advance will result in a failing grade or grade reduction for that assignment. a. Quizzes, Exams & Papers All of these have a stated completion date in the syllabus and course time line. Makeups for quizzes or exams will only be allowed for medical excuses with valid physician note. Any quiz, exam or paper turned in after due date will result in a failing grade for that assignment. b. Forum Discussions - These have a stated completion date in the syllabus and course time line. Each forum corresponds with reading during an assigned week. This is the equivalent of class discussion. While you are given a full week to make your posts, doing so in the last hour of the last day due, defeats the purpose of having a meaningful dialogue with myself or classmates. If the only posts you make are on the last day of the assignment, this will result in an automatic grade reduction. If you have made your initial post earlier in the week and wish to still contribute, you may do so freely with no time restrictions. 3. Attendance. This is an online class, but you are still required to check in on a regular basis in the Web Study interface. Attendance online should be the approximately the equivalent of the traditional course time, 3 hours per week. Work on readings, chapter assignments and other individual assignments therefore require approximately 6 hours per week for the typical student. On line attendance (3 hours per week) is monitored through Web Study. Failure to meet attendance requirements can result in automatic grade reductions. Please refer to the PDE requirements for this course stated at the beginning of this syllabus. GRADING SCALE FOR SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY A A- B

4 B B- C+ C C- D+ D D- F READINGS. This distance-learning course will consist of readings from the primary text, Social Psychology by Baron & Byrne. Additional reading assignments will be from hyper linked articles, especially from The Social Psychology Network. In order to be able to actively participate in this class, all reading assignments are mandatory and should be completed on time. WEEKLY CHAPTER QUIZES [Timeline Tab] There will be a total of 13 weekly quizzes consisting of multiple choice and short answer questions. Each quiz covers the chapter required during each week of the course. This will count for 30% of your final grade. Quizzes are usually in multiple choice format but may also contain short answer questions as well. Questions presented are grouped in three categories: factual, applied and conceptual. Factual questions are straight from the text and measure your knowledge of basic terminology. Applied questions, require you to know the material in the text and be able to apply it to real world examples. Conceptual questions require a deeper understanding of the material and evoke critical thinking on the material presented in the chapter. Each quiz may be taken twice. Questions are randomly selected from a pool of questions and are unique for each student and each time the quiz is taken. Only your higher grade will be applied if you opt to take the quiz more than once. MULTIMEDIA. A variety of online videos, podcasts and power points have been included in this course both on the Time Line in Web Study as well as through posts made by me to specific forums. These are required for the course and discussions centered on them in the forums make up part of your final grade. DISCUSSIONS. [Forum Tab] Class discussion about readings and weekly topics is by way of the "Forums" section of web study. It is critical that you participate in this process. These are where you can post and ask questions about reading materials as well as critically respond to your classmate's ideas. You are expected to: 1. Reply or respond to any required topic posts that I have made in a given forum. The number of topic posts I make may vary depending on the material being covered at that given time. Points will be deducted for not contributing in the key topics that I post.

5 2. You are also expected to respond to at least two other classmates posts. All posts and responses should be a well-formed assertion or responses that are research based. It should not simply be comments like 'I agree:, etc. 3. Participation in discussions will count for 30% of your final grade. 4. GRADING CRITERIA FOR FORUMS. All forum posts are read and reviewed by me. They are graded based on a rubric as follows: a. Posts clearly utilize materials covered in text or outside sources, incorporating current social psychology theory with real world examples. Citations are provided. b. Substantial original ideas enhancing the course. c. Arguments or statements made show critical thinking, analysis or evaluation of the course material presented. d. Links to valid additional resources (articles, videos and podcasts) are provided that enhance the current course material. See course material as to what constitutes a valid source on the internet. e. Posts measure 100+ approximate words. I am not a stickler for spelling and grammar in forums but posts should be written with some degree of clarity. MIDTERM. The mid-term exam is worth 20% of your grade. Format will be a mixture of multiple choice, and essay questions. The mid-term exam will be conducted on line. This exam will cover only material from the assigned readings to date. FINAL. The final exam will consist of 50 multiple choice questions worth 2 points each. It will cover all of the material from the semester. This will constitute 20% of your course grade. COURSE TIME LINE For each week in the course timeline, there are two sections and Optional Study Materials. are required work for successful completion of this course and are evaluated accordingly. consist of Power Point Slides reviewing the chapter, my Lecture Notes which provide an outline of the chapter, and the key points you need to know, and Chapter Review Slides that offer sample multiple questions for practice. The are not required nor reviewed. They are offered as a study guide for each chapter. (v13 refers to 13 th edition of the text)

6 Timeline #1 January 12 - January 18 Course Introduction - Social Psychology: The Science of the Social Side of Life Social Psychology: An Overview Social Psychology: Advances at the Boundaries How Social Psychologists Answer The Questions They Ask: Increased Knowledge Through Research The Role of Theory in Social Psychology The Quest for Knowledge and Rights of Individuals: Seeking An Appropriate Balance Reading: Social Psychology Chapter 1 Review Course Guidelines for Forum Posts / Class discussion (Forum 00) 2 Forums: Introductions & Distance Learning Week 1 Quiz Chapter Review Slides - Chapter 1 v13 Lecture Notes - Chapter 1 v13 Power Point - Social Psychology v13 - Chapter 1 Timeline #2 January 19 - January 25 Social Cognition: How We Think About the Social World Heuristics: How We Employ Simple Rules in Social Cognition Schemas: Mental Frameworks for Organizing Social Information Automatic and Controlled Processing in Social Thought Potential Sources of Error in Social Cognition: Why Total Rationality is Rarer Than You Think Affect and Cognition: How Feelings Shape Thought and Thought Shapes Feelings Reading: Social Psychology Chapter 2 No forums this week Week 2 Quiz Chapter Review Slides - Chapter 2 v13 Lecture Notes - Chapter 2 v13 Power Point - Social Psychology v13 - Chapter 2 Timeline #3 January 26 - February 1 Social Perception: Perceiving and Understanding Others Nonverbal Communication: The Language of Expressions, Gazes, Gestures, and Scents Attribution: Understanding the Causes of Others' Behavior

7 Impression Formation and Impression Management: Combining Information About Others : Reading: Social Psychology Chapter 3 Forums: Social Perceptions Week 3 Quiz Chapter Review Slides - Chapter 3 v13 Lecture Notes - Chapter 3 v13 Power Point - Social Psychology v13 - Chapter 3 Timeline #4 February 2 - February 8 The Self: Answering the Question: "Who Am I?" Self-Presentation: Managing the Self in Different Social Contexts Self-Knowledge: Determining Who We Are Who Am I?: Personal versus Social Identity Self-Esteem: Attitudes toward Ourselves Reading: Social Psychology Chapter 4 Forum: Gender Roles --Gender Identity Issues - NPR Podcast - Parts 1 & 2 --Video Clip - Gender Roles Week 4 Quiz Chapter Review Slides - Chapter 4 v13 Lecture Notes - Chapter 4 v13 Power Point - Social Psychology v13 - Chapter 4 Timeline #5 February 9 - February 15 Attitudes: Evaluating and Responding to the Social World Attitude Formation: How Attitudes Develop When and Why Do Attitudes Influence Behavior? How Do Attitudes Guide Behavior? The Fine Art of Persuasion: How Attitudes are Changed Resisting Persuasion Attempts Cognitive Dissonance: What it is and How Do We Manage It? Reading: Social Psychology Chapter 5

8 Forums: Attitude --Video Clip - Attitudes Week 5 Quiz Chapter Review Slides - Chapter 5 v13 Lecture Notes - Chapter 5 v13 Power Point - Social Psychology v13 - Chapter 5 Timeline #6 February 16 - February 22 Stereotyping, Prejudice, and Discrimination: The Causes, Effects, and Cures How Members of Different Groups Perceive Inequality The Nature and Origins of Stereotyping Prejudice: Feelings Toward Social Groups Discrimination: Prejudice in Action Why Prejudice Is Not Inevitable: Techniques for Countering Its Effects Reading: Social Psychology Chapter 6 Forums: Prejudice & Discrimination Week 6 Quiz Chapter Review Slides - Chapter 6 v13 Lecture Notes - Chapter 6 v13 Power Point - Social Psychology v13 - Chapter 6 Timeline #7 February 23 - March 1 Interpersonal Attraction and Close Relationships Internal Sources of Attraction: The Role of Needs and Emotions External Sources of Attraction: The Effects of Proximity and Physical Beauty Factors Based on Social Interaction: Similarity and Mutual Liking Close Relationships: Foundations of Social Life Reading: Social Psychology Chapter 7 Lecture Notes - Chapter 07 No forums this week Chapter Review Slides - Chapter 7 v13 Lecture Notes - Chapter 7 v13

9 Power Point - Social Psychology v13 - Chapter 7 Week 7 Quiz Timeline #8 March 2 - March 8 MIDTERM EXAM - Chapters 1-7 IMPORTANT: YOU MUST COMPLETE THE EXAM BY March 8, 2015 at 11:58 PM. Timeline #9 March 9 - March 15 Social Influence: Changing Others' Behavior Conformity: Group Influence in Action Compliance: To Ask Sometimes Is To Receive Symbolic Social Influence: How We Are Influenced by Obedience to Authority: Would You Harm an Innocent Stranger If Ordered to Do So? Reading: Social Psychology Chapter 8 Forums: Social Influences Chapter Review Slides - Chapter 8 v13 Lecture Notes - Chapter 8 v13 Power Point - Social Psychology v13 - Chapter 8 Timeline #10 March 16 - March 22 Prosocial Behavior: Helping Others Why People Help: Motives for Prosocial Behavior Responding to an Emergency: Will Bystanders Help? Factors that Increase or Reduce the Tendency to Help The Effects of Being Helped: Why Underlying Motives Really Matter Final Thoughts: Are Prosocial Behavior and Aggression Really Opposites? Reading: Social Psychology Chapter 9 Lecture Notes - Chapter 9 Forum: Prosocial Behavior --Video Clip - Prosocial Behavior Week 9 Quiz

10 Chapter Review Slides - Chapter 9 v13 Lecture Notes - Chapter 9 v13 Power Point - Social Psychology v13 - Chapter 9 Timeline #11 March 23 - March 29 Aggression: Its Nature, Causes, and Control Perspectives on Aggression: In Search of the Roots of Violence Causes of Human Aggression: Social, Cultural, Personal, Situational Bullying: Singling Out Others for Repeated Abuse The Prevention and Control of Aggression: Some Useful Techniques Reading: Social Psychology Chapter 10 Forums: Aggression --Video Clip - Aggression Week 10 Quiz Chapter Review Slides - Chapter 10 v13 Lecture Notes - Chapter 10 v13 Power Point - Social Psychology v13 - Chapter 10 Timeline #12 March 30 - April 5 (Spring Break 4/3-4/6) Groups and Individuals: The Consequences of Belonging Groups: When We Join And When We Leave Effects of the Presence of Others: From Task Performance to Behavior in Crowds Coordination in Groups: Cooperation or Conflict? Perceived Fairness in Groups: Its Nature and Effects Decision Making by Groups: How It Occurs and the Pitfalls It Faces The Role of Leadership in Group Settings Reading: Social Psychology Chapter 11 Forums: Groups & Individuals Week 11 Quiz Chapter Review Slides - Chapter 11 v13 Lecture Notes - Chapter 11 v13

11 Power Point - Social Psychology v13 - Chapter 11 Timeline #13 April 6 - April 12 Social Psychology: Overcoming Adversity and Achieving Happiness Some Basic Causes of Social Adversity And Coping With Them Personal Happiness: What It Is, and How to Attain It Reading: Social Psychology Chapter 12 Forum: Overcoming Adversity and Achieving Happiness Week 12 Quiz Chapter Review Slides - Chapter 12 v13 Lecture Notes - Chapter 12 v13 Power Point - Social Psychology v13 - Chapter 12 Timeline #14 April 13 - April 19 Study Week for Finals Timeline #15 April 20 - April 26 FINALS The exam will consist of 50 multiple choice questions covering the entire semester. You will have up to 4 hours to complete the exam. ONCE YOU START THE EXAM, YOU MUST WORK TO COMPLETION. YOU MAY NOT OPEN AND CLOSE THE EXAM INTERFACE! This will constitute 25% of your course grade. All exams must be completed by April 26, 2015 before midnight! No Exceptions!

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